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THE DE WALDEN LIBRARY 

BANNERS 
STANDARDS 
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Anne Bullen, beheaded 19 May, 1536. 

Banner. — Four upright stripes alternately blue and purple, thereon the Queen's Badge, viz.: On 
the stump of a golden tree, floreated with roses of York and Lancaster, the white falcon of Ormond, 
holding in his dexter claw a sceptre tipped with a fleur-de lys of France, the whole, which has been 
defaced, is surmounted by the Crown of England. This Badge, turned the contrary way, is painted 
within the initial letter of a grant to Anne from Henry VIII., dated Windsor, i Sept., a.r. 24. 
Fide Harl. MS. 303. 

An eye-witness of the Queen's entrance into London thus describes the Banner : " whereon was 
sett a goodly roote of golde, set on a little mountain environed with red roses and white," and then, 
"came down a faulcon all white and set upon the roote, and incontinentlie came down an angel wiih 
great melodie and set a close crown of Golde on the faulcon's head." Camden's Remains, 217. 

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BANNERS STANDARDS AND 

BADGES FROM A TUDOR MANU- 
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WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY 
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Introduction. 



THE College of Arms possesses a remarkable series of Banners, Standards, 
and Badges, most of them very skilfully drawn and many of them beautifully 
emblazoned. In addition to those of the English monarchs from 
Edward III. to Henry VIII., the Manuscript, which is divided into two 
parts, includes Banners and Standards of many nobles and knights of the latter reign. 
The collection may well have been inspired by the lists of Badges in the Heralds' 
College and in the British Museum, vide MSS. 2nd M i6 and {Cotton) Cleopatra 
C.v. Those Badges are ascribed to the Bannerets who were in the French Wars 
with Edward IV. in 1475 ^"d under the great Earl of Shrewsbury, "the Kyngs 
I.eftenaunt of hys vant gard," in 15 13. 

The history of the original Manuscript and the tracings from which these Heraldic 
illustrations have been derived are not without interest. 

1 2 is the Press mark by which the Manuscript can be found on the shelves of the 
College of Arms. It originally belonged to John Cocke, Lancaster Herald (1559). 
who died at Amsterdam 17th March, 1585 ; his executors sold it in 1590 to that 
famous Devonshire antiquary, Joseph Holland of the Inner Temple (1571). Of 
its subsequent acquisition by the Heralds' College there is no record. 

During the years 1829, 1830, and [831 the late Thomas Willement, F.S.A., 
was allowed to make a complete set of tracings (in three volumes) of these Banners and 
Standards, at the apartments of his friend, " G. ¥. Beltz esquire, Chester Herald in the 
College of Arms." At his death these tracings were acquired by the late John 
Gough Nichols for his library, which was sold in December, 1874 ; they then passed into 
the possession of Sir William Kichard Drake, at whose death in 1890 they were purchased 
by Sir Arthur Vicars, now Ulster King of Arms, who has most generously consented 
to their reproduction. 

In his further remarks on the Manuscript Mr. Willement drew attention to the 
Monogram (T.G.) on the harp for Ireland, page 23, as probably indicative of the 
artist's identity and nationality. He considered the Banners to have been drawn circa 
1 53 1 — -> that is, subsequent to the Marquisate of Exeter being conferred on Henry 
Courtenay, 1525 (see page 27), and prior to the divorce of Queen Katherine of Arragon, 
23rd May, 1533. The Arms of that Queen (page ib), originally entered with all the 
distinctions of Royalty, were altered on the insertion of an atchievement (page 17) for 
Queen Anne Boleyn (married 14th November, 1532), so as to qualify them for her use 
as Dowager of Prince Arthur. 

In this first part, the exact order of the MS. has not been adhered to. Among 
other interes ing examples of Royal Banners is that of the frontispiece for Anne Boleyn. 
The Badge of Jane Seymour (page 19), though here drawn as a Castle and Phoenix, is con- 
sidered by some to have suggested the name of that famous hostelry, " The Castle and 
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Introduction. 



Falcon." In this section are a few examples of those fabulous coats which generally 
mar books of arms. 

As some of the Standards, which follow the Banners (1531 — 2), refer to persons who 
were then deceased but a very short time, they may, Mr. Willement therefore sup- 
posed, have been drawn about the same period. As in the majority of Heraldic MSS., 
so in this, many liberties have been taken by those in whose possession it has been. 
In a few cases Standards have been introduced and assigned, merely on personal grounds, 
to persons with dubious qualifications, in a few others, inferior drawings have been ruth- 
lessly introduced. 

Lancaster Herald* added Banners (pages 56, 57) and a Standard (page 288) for both 
his patrons, Dudley, Duke of Northumberland (executed 22nd August, 1553), and for 
Robert, Earl of Leicester, the latter of whom he accompanied to the United States of 
Holland ; these have been retained. Those intruded by Holland, circa 1630, for Yeo, 
Hillersdon, Grenville, Hals, Holland, and Bamfeld, all of Devon (page 180), have not 
been included, for they are meagre alike in their composition and execution. The same 
may almost be said of those inserted, when the manuscript was in Cocke's possession, on 
pages 283 — 288, drawn circa 1536 — 53, and on pages 290 — 299, drawn circa 1554 — 9. 
The modus operandi of the Herald Painters would appear to have been to rule ofF 
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crest on a wreath would then be drawn in a, and in some cases completed by the 
repetition of a few smaller ones in b, c, d. In other Standards nothing but the badge or 
single crest appears, and often without even a motto. 

In the days of chivalry the badge was ancestor to the crest, but its place has been 
usurped by the crest on many of these Standards in conformity with Htrl. MS. 2358 
and Lansd. MS. 255 {see pp. ix. and x.), though in violation of all ancient practice. 
The badge or single crest of the Herald Painters has in this volume been despoiled of 
its presumptive Standard, and appears merely with Willement's blazon of the arms and 
description of the omitted Standard, which will perhaps be more clearly understood by 
reference to the diagram above. It would, however, be absurd in the extreme to suppose 
that a badge or a latter-day crest truly represented, as it would seem to do in this collection, 
the veritable Standard of such men of distinction as (Lord) Howard, Compton, Stafford, 
Nevyle, Vernon, Ewers, Cirevill, Jerningham, Cobham, Grey Earl of Kent or Clifford. 

* It appears from Mr. Willement's notes that after the Duke was executed, this John Cocke was permitted 
to take the remains and bury them in the chapel of the Tower. A crest was granted him of a bear's head 
argent, crowned or, in allusion to " the bear and ragged staff" of the Duke ; he was created Portcullis 
Pursuivant of Arms. 



Introduction. vii 

That there are Standards and Standards will be admitted by comparing those already 
named, with those of Courtenay, Conyers, Zouche of Codnor, Syr Richard Wentworth 
(and his loving cup), the Erie of Arundel, Lord Hungerford, Montagu, the Lord 
Chamberlain, the Lord Hastyngges, John Maynwaryng, Fortescue, Ratleffc and Fitzwater, 
Dacre of Gilsland, Percy or Carew (page 275) ; all exquisite examples of composition and 
artistic work. 

In these pages, examples will be found of such Heraldic monsters as the Alant 
(192), Alphyn (184), Bagwyn (44), Caretyne (285), Chat-loupe (148), Man-tyger 
(211, 212, 240), Nebok (86), Sea Wolf (282), Yale (29), &c. ; of such curiosities as 
the Aventail (179), Bascule (185, 1 86), Cokyll flower (280), Garbralle or Genouilliere 
(212), Mayne fcr (251), and the Shanfron, Shafront, Chafrons or ShafFrons (66). 

The portcullis and bascule of the Lord Chamberlain (page 186), are interesting ; the 
one representing, as is ingeniously suggested, his line of defence by land, the other by 
water, and both of them the two-door of the Tudor. 

The "defaced" Coats of Arms introduce us to one of the darker pages in the 
history of those times, and to several of the attainted personages of the blufF King's reign. 
Foremost among them is one of his own Queens — see the frontispiece and page 17. 
Such was the irony of events, that the Marquis of Exeter (page 27), one of the peers 
who in 1536 sat in judgment on her, as he had done in 1521 on the Duke of Buckingham 
(page 26), did, together with Lord Montacute (page 179), follow them to the block in 
1540. Lord Darcy (page 65) perished in 1538, for his participation in "the Pilgrimage 
of Grace" (Aske's rebellion), and he, too, appears to have been followed by a Sir John 
Hungerford (page 176), whose banner has evidently been mistaken for Lord Hungerford's 
and so defaced. Here also is the Standard of that unfortunate Lord Dacre (187, 192), who 
was hanged in 1541 for the death of a Park Keeper. 

The Cross of St. George is regarded as an essential of every Standard. An explanation 
is therefore necessary, to account for its absence from every illustration save those of Lord 
Howard (105), Syr Richard Wyngfeld (173), Lord Laware (184), and for the Lord 
Chamberlain (229). The reason is not far to seek. This version was primarily 
intended for publication in an Heraldic quarterly, for the use and advantage of the 
amateur and the draughtsman. To retain the Heraldic examples as originally drawn 
without exceeding a page of royal 4to, it was decided to sacrifice the St. George's 
Cross rather than minimise the effect of the beautiful drawings by reduction, as in that 
of Howard (page 105) ; hence the exclusion. 

It will be noticed that in many instances, though not in as many as one would 
have liked, the Banners and Atchievements have been reproduced by photography direct. 
Though the result is not always quite good, it will, perhaps, satisfy those who affect to 
prefer actual facsimiles. A few of the " added " Banners have been re-drawn. 

In describing those Banners and Standards in which no Heraldry occurs, Heraldic 
terms are not used, as they do not apply. When a crest occurs it is of course described 
Heraldically. The blazons of the shields have been taken from Mr. Willement's article 
in the Excerpt a Historica, 

HOWARD DE WALDEN. 
Seaford House. 



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viii Introduction. 



Some Notes on Banners, Standards, etc. 

The Royal Banner or Standard is often mentioned with considerable circumstance 
by our English chroniclers, as shown by the tbliowing instances given in Stowe MS. 662 
by the compiler of that Heraldic treatise. 

(i) Arthur who began his reign in A" Dxvj and in his seige of y'^ Mount of Bathe bore 
y"= figure of y' Blessed Vergin in his banner, at which time he made a great slaughter of 
his enemies. \_W. Malmesb. de gestis Regum, llh. i.f. 4a.] 

(2) Beda also reports y' King Edwyne (of y"^ Saxon race), who began his reign in 
A" Dcxvij, had an Ensigne born before him, as wci! in times of Peace as Warr, which was 
called Thuuf. [Eccl. Hist. lib. 2, cap. 16.] 

(3) He likewise makes mention of two banners which Oswald, King of Northumberland 
(who began hi- reigne in A" Dcxxxiiij") had, y"' one wherein was y"^ figure of a Crosse which 
he erected in y" place where he was to fight [lib. iij., cap. 2): y'^ other of gold and purple, 
which was put upon his tombe after his death [Ibid. lib. lij. cnp. 11.] 

(4) We read also y' Cuthred, King of y"^ West Saxons, encountring King Ethelbald, 
had y" standard of y" golden Dragon borne before him by Earle Adellum. \_Ro. Hoveden, 
f. 234, No. 20, jf 740.] 

(5) Asser Menevensis also tells us y' King Alfred had an Ensigne which he tooke 
from y' Pagan Danes called Reofan, id est, a Raven, which was wrought by y"" three sisters 
of Hinguar and Hubba, daughters of Lodobroch; and y' n every battell where they had y'= 
victory as a prognostick thereof, y'' representation of a Raven did appeare fluttering in y^ midst 
of it, but when they were vanquish't it hung downe and moved not at all. [Jsser Menev. in 
.^872.] 

(6) Wee likewise find y' Hugh, King of France, sent to K. Athelstan a banner of 
St. Mauricius y'^ Martyr, Prince of y'' Thebane Legion, with which y'' King was victorious in 
y'^ Spanish Wars [W. Malmesbury, ut supra., lib. 2]. And y' K. Harold had a banner (by some 
called his standard) wherein was represented a man fighting, wrought with costly worke of gold 
and precious stones, which William y" Conqueror (vanquishing him in Battell) tooke, an 1 sent 
to the Pope. [H. Huntington, lib. 6.] 

(7) King Richard y'' first also, in his warrs against y*^ Saracens in y" Holy land, had a 
standard ot y' Dra on in A^ Mcxcj" which he delivered to Peter de Preaus to beare, 
notwithstanding y' Robert Trusbut challenged y"^ carrying thereof as his hereditary right. 
[R. Hoveden,fo. 397, n. 10.] 

In addition to the Banner and Standard are the Guydon and the Streamer. In the 
Bayeux Tapestry many examples are also to be found of the Gonfannon and the Pennon. 

The Banner, originally of quadrilateral form, contained the arms of its owner, 
e.g., the Royal banner at Windsor or on board ship announces the presence of the 
King or any member of the Royal Family. 

The Banner was also borne by Bannerets with a number of Standards in proportion 
to the extent of their retinue. Under the Heralds the Banner is said to have become 
a square, five feet for a King, four for a Prince or Duke, and three feet square for a 
Marquis down to a Knight Banneret. 



Introduction. ix 

The Military Banners borne during the Middle Ages are exemplified by the 
Oriflamme of the French Army. In the thirteenth century the Banner of the Knights 
Templars was known as the Beauseant or Ancient, it was parted horizontally black and 
white. The Bannerol! ( /r. Banderolle) is the name generally assigned to Funeral 
Banners. See also Pencel. 

The Gonfannon is said to be the same figure as a Banner, with two or three streamers 
or tails, and to be fixed in a frame so as to answer to the wind. In the Bayeux 
Tapestry there are three examples, each charged with a yellow cross within a blue 
border. It appears to be generally borne by those near the person of the commander- 
in-chief. " Li barons ourent gonfanons." — IVacf. 

The Standard is an elongated flag split at the ends. Royal Standards always 
excepted. It contained the Cross of St. George (see Howard, page 105), and motto, crest, 
or badge, but never the arms. It could not be borne by any person under the degree of 
a knight. Under the Heralds, its size (see below) was determined by the rank of the 
bearer. 

The Guydon (fr. Guidhomme) resembles the Standard in form, and is less by 
one third, and generally terminates in a point. 

The Pennon, half the size of a Guydon, is charged only with arms, and is usually 
borne by esquires; but "Li Chevaliers ourent penons." — Wace. Bayeux Tapestry. See 
also MS. L. 14, College of Arms. 

The Pencel, or Pennoncelle, is the diminutive of the pennon, supposed to be borne 
at the end of a lance. It is a small pointed flag charged with crests and devices, and was 
formerly used at funerals. 

The Streamer is a pennant, or petuion, terminating in a point. When the end is 
forked it approaches more closely to the conventional pennant. In the Bayeux Tapestry 
there are about thirty examples of similar ensigns, mostly trifurcated, emblematical, so it 
is said, of the Trinity, from which some persons derive the pile (3) in Heraldry. 



Some Sizes of Standards. 

Harleian MS. 2358, Folio 23, British Museum. 

The great Standard to be sette before the Kinges pavilion or tent, not to be borne in battel, to 
be of the length of two yards. 

The Kinges Standard to be borne, to be of the length of eight or nine yardes. 

The Dukes Standard to be borne, to be slitte at the ende and seven yardes longe. 

The Erles Standard six yards longe. 

The Barones Standard five yards longe. 

The Banneretes Standard four yards and a halfe longe. 

The Knightes Standarde four yardes longe. 

And every Standard and Guydhome to have in the chiefe the Crosse of St. George, to be slitte 
at the ende, and to conteyne the crest or supporter, vi^ith the poesy, worde, and devise of the owner. 

Place under the Standard an hundred men. 



X Introduction. 

Lansdowne MS. 255, Folio 431, British Museum. 

The Standard to be sett before the King's pavilion or tente, and not to be borne in battayle, 
to be in lengthe eleven yards. 

The Kinges Standard to be borne, in lengthe eight or nine yards. 

A Dukes Standard to be borne, and to be in lengthe seven yards di'. 

A Marquesse Standard to be in length six yards di'. 

An Earles Standard to be in lengthe six yards. 

A Viscounts Standard to be in length five yards di'. 

A Barones Standard to be in length five yards. - 

A Banneretts Standard to be in lengthe four yards di'. 

A Knightes Standard to be in length four yards. 

Everie Standard and Guydon to have in the chiefe the Crosse of St. George the beast or crest 
with devyse and word, and to be slitt at the end. 

Further details of sizes are also to be found in the Herald's College MSS. E.ii, 
ff. 88^ 89, and M.16, fol. 81, and also in the Bodleian Library Ashmole MSS. 763, 840, 
and 1 109. 

In the British Museum Hart. MSS. 4900 and 5815, and Add. 14,295, may be 
seen a docquet of a grant of a Guydon in 1491, and of a Standard in 1514, to Sir 
Hugh Vaughan of Littleton, Middlesex, differing from that on page 150. The original 
grant of a Standard to GifFard of Chillington is said to be still in possession of the family. 

These particulars would be incomplete without a passing reference to the Collection 
of Standards, crude though they be, in Harleian MS. 4632, and to Rawlinson MS. 
Cod. B 114, in the Bodleian. Of the former a very able and exhaustive record, also 
by Mr. Willement, is to be found in the Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, III., 

'835'P-49- 

Mr. Joseph Foster, Hon. M.A. Oxon, the well-known armourist, is responsible for 

the collaboration and technique of its pages. 

H. DE W. 




Contents. 



Introduction . 

Some Notes on Banners, Standards, &c. 

Banners ... 

Standards ... 

Mottoes .... 

Rara Heraldica 

Index of Names 




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Queen Mary. Badge : the dexter half of a double rose of 
York and Lancaster Impaled with a semicircle, parted green and 
blue, thereon a golden sheaf of arrows with a silver band, the whole 
radiated and surmounted by a crown as in the atchievement, which 
see on page 2 i . 



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Parted blue and red. A white ostricli feather with a I'-olden 
penne, regally crowned, eiifiled by a ribbon bearing the legend " Ich 
Dien ; " the staff supported by the white hind regally gorged, and 
chain of gold. 

" Queen Phillipe, wyefe to the said Kynge Edwarde the iij''% 
toke the whyte hynde." Ha>/. MS. 4632, fol. 210''. 



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Parted blue and red. " A sunne arysing out of the clouds," was 
borne by the BlAck Prince. The staff supported by a tawny lyon. 
The rays descending irom the clouds are ascribed to Edward III. 



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Parted white and green. A golden star rayonnee. The staff 
supported by the white hart with golden attires, gorged with a golden 
crown and chain. The badge of sun or star was on the sail of 
King Richard's vessel. Harl. MS. 1319. "A white hart and a sun 
shining." Harl. MS. 4632. 



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Arms: France and England quarterly; impaling quarterly of 
six coats— (i) Luxembourg. (2) de Baux and Duke of Andree 
quarterly, (3) Lusignan. (4) Earldom of Ursius. (5) St. Paul. 
(6) Wydvile. The staff supported by the black bull of the honour 
of Clare vel Clarence ; this was the sinister supporter of England, 
under E. IV., E. v., and R. III. 



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Parted blue and purpure. A white rose with golden rays ; the 
staff supported by the white " lyon of tharldom of March." 



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A rose rayonnee regally crowned (see also preceding page). The 
staff supported by the black bull "of Clare." 



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Henry VII. married Elizabeth, eldest dau. and co-heir of Edward IV. 
France and England quarterly, impaling the same. Ihe stafF supported bv 
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Parted white and green. The red rose of Lancaster regally- 
crowned. The staff borne by the white greyhound of Richmond, 
of the house of Beaufort ; was used as the dexter supporter of 
England, temp. H. VII., H. VIII., and Q. Mary (see page 21). 
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Prince Arthur married Katharine of Arragon 1 501, died 1502. Arms: 
trance and England quarterly, with a label (3); impaling i and 4, Castile 
quarterly with Leon. 2 and 3, Arragon impaling Sicily ; in the base an apple 
ot Granada or pomegranate. The staff borne by the apostolic eagle. See also 
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Henry VIII. France and Engl md quarterly; the staff supported 
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Parted white and green. The roses of York and of Lancaster 
radiated, having a regal crown of gold ; the staff borne by the dexter 
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Parted " rosset " and green. The double rose of York and Lancaster 
stalked and leaved, entwined with a golden apple of Granada (pomegranate) 
also stalked and leaved, for Katharine of Arragon , surmounted by a regal 
crown. The staff' borne by the apostolic eagle, the sinister supporter of 
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Queen Jane (Seymour). Quarterly of six — (i) Seymour, coat of augmen- 
tation, (2) Seymour, (3) Heauchamp of Hacche, (4) Sturmy, (5) Macwilliams, 
(6) Colcer. Supporters : Dexter, a unicorn argent, gorged with a garland of 
white and red roses and daisies; Sinister, a wolf (?) argent, striped of various 
colours, gorged with a golden crown, chain and ring ; fire issuing out of the 
mouth proper. Other supporters arc assigned to this Oueen. 

Badge, the Castle and Phoenix emblazoned upon a grant of land to her by 
Henry in 1536. This badge was granted by Edward VI. to his maternal 
relatives. Entered at a later period by an indifferent draughtsman. 



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Henry VJlI.and (his brother Arthur's widow) Queen Katharine, 
dau. ot Ferdinand and of Elizabeth of Spain ; for the arms, see 
also page ii. The arms, surmounted by the crown of England ; 
the staff borne by the dexter supporter of P^ngland, see page 14. 



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North Wales. Per cross or and gules, four lyons passant 
gardant, counter coloured. The staff supported bv the red dragon 
of Wales, here drawn as a wyvern. 



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Ireland. The initials T. G. on the harp are supposed by Mr. 
Willeinent to be those of the Herald painter of this manuscript. 



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Parted blue and purpure. The silver falcon within the golden 
fetterlock ; the staff supported by the white " lyon of Marche. " 

Edmond of Langley, Duke of Yorke, " son to K. Edwarde 
ye iij''*', gave the fawcon argent and the fatherlocke or for the 
duchy of York." Hart. MS. ^6^2. 



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Duke of Cornwall. The Black Prince, created Duke 1227 
Black with golden roundels ; the staff supported by a black lyoii 
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Kdward, Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Hereford, Stafford, and 
Northampton, Knight of the Garter. Arms — (i) France and Eng- 
land within a bordure (argent), (2) Bohun, Earl of Hereford, (3) 
Stafford, (4) Bohun, Earl of Northampton. The staff' supported hy 
an heraldic antelope of silver, with a golden crown and chain. 

Beheaded on Tower Hill, 17th May, 1521, "the finest buck in 
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Henry Courtenay, Marquis of Exeter, so created 1525, beheaded 
9 January, 1539. Arms, " defased " — (i) France and England 
quarterly, within a bordure of England quarterly with France, (2 
and 3) Courtenay, (4) Revers. The staff' supported by a white boar 
with golden bristles. 



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Hcniv FitzRoy, Uulce of Richmond and Somerset, 1525 (f. nat. Hen. VIII.), 
died 24 Julv, 1536, aged 17. Fiance and England, quarterly, within a bordure 
quarterly — (i) ermine, (2 and 3) compony counter compony or and azure, 
(4) gobony argent and azure — on an escutcheon of pretence, the arms of the 
Honor or Earldom of Nottingham, on a chief the Castle of Nottingham 
between two bucks' heads cabossed ; the baston sinister over all is here omitted. 
The staft supported by " the whyt lyon regardant w'. the coronall and 
chevne " for Richmond. 



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France and England, within a bordure as the preceding, impaled 
quarterly, with (i) Howard, (2) Thomas of Brotherton, (3) 
Warenne,(4) Mowbray. The staff supported by " the white yale," 
sprinkled with golden roundels, gorged with a golden crowii and 
chain for Somerset ; see Standard page 276. 



29 



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" Le Roy Brutus."" Fabulous arms ; per cross gold and blue, in 
the first and fourth a red lyon passant gardant ; in the second 
and third three golden crowns bendways, the banner surmounted of 
another crown. The staff supported by a red lyon, on liis shoulder 
three golden crowns bendways. 



30 



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Bell Mawr, or Hclinus the Great, King of Wales. Fabulous 
arms. Blue, three golden crowns, the shield banner surmounted on 
another crown. The staft" supported bv a white ram, round his neck 
a blue sash charged with three golden crowns. 



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The King Arthur, c. 542. Fabulous arms. Green, a silver 
cross, in the cantel the figure of the Virgin and Child ; quarterly 
with, gules, three golden crowns ; the banner surmounted of a 
crown. The staff' supported by a bull with a golden crown about his 
neck, and two others on his shoulder. 

32 



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Le Roy Cadwalader, last British prince, c. 678. Fabulous arms. 
Blue. A golden cross pattee fitchce. The stafF supported by the 
red dragon of W.nles with red wings expanded. 



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33 




Thomas WoUey (Wolsey), Cardinal 1515, legat de latere, 1518, Archbishop 
of York, 1514 — 30, and Chancellor of England, 1515. Arms: sable, on a 
cross engrailed argent, a lyon passant gules between four leopards' faces azure, 
on a chief or, a rose of the third enclosed by two Beckets vel Cornish choughs 
proper ; impaled, on the dexter with the arms of the See of York. The staff 
supported by a gryphon per fess gules and argent, wings, forelegs, beak, and 
ears or, holding in the dexter claw a sceptre or. 



34 







Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, 1514, Lord Treasurer and 
Marshal of England, and Knight of the Garter, died 1524. Arms : 
(i) Howard, with the augmentation for Flodden on the bend, (2) 
Thomas of Brotherton, (3) Warenne, (4) Mowbray. The staff sup- 
ported by the white lyon of Mowbray. 



35 



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Hercules d'Este, Duke of Ferrara in France, K.G. 1480, (lied 1505. 
Ouarterl)', i and 4 or, an eagle displayed sable, 2 and 3 azure, three fleurs- 
de-lys or, a bordure indented throughout or and gules. Between the 
quarterings in pale, gules two keys saltireways, one argent, the other or, 
surmounted of an in-escutcheon azure, thereon an eagle displayed argent. 
The staff supported by a sea otter, winged or. 



36^^ 



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Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, so created 15 14, died 15+5. Arms: 
quarterly, I and 4 Brandon. 2 and 3 Bruyn and Rokeley quarterly. On a 
compartment vert a rock azure, thereon a falcon or, wings azure, outer feathers 
gold ; its dexter claw supporting the staff; its sinister depressing a golden bird. 



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Thomas, Marquis of Dorset, K.G. 1501 — -30. Quarterly of 
eight: (i) Grey, (2) Hastings, (3) Valence, (4) Ferrers of Groby, 
(5) Astley, (6) Wydeville, (7) Bonville, (8) Harington. The staff 
supported by a unicorn ermine. 



3« 




Therll of Chester. Fabulous arms : blue, three golden garbs 
the staff supported by a white wolf. 



39 



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John de Warenne,' 4th Earl of Surrey or Warenne, 1305, created Earl of 
Strathearn in Scotland, 1334. Arms: Chequy or and azure. The staff 
supported by a wyvern argent, wings expanded chequy as the arms. 



40 



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John, 15th Earl of Oxinford, K..G. 1527, died 6 March, 1540. 
Arms: quarterly of seven, (i) Vere, (2) Colbroke, (3) Clare, (4) 
Serjaulx, (5) Badlesmere, (6) Samford, (7) FitzHamon. The staff 
supported by " the blue boar " crined gold. 



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41 



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Thomas de Warwick, 6th Earl, 1229, died 1242. Arms: chequy (or and 
azure), a chevron ermine. The staft supported by the white swan, red wings 
and bill, gorged with a red crown. MS, Fincent 152, Coll. of Arms. 



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Probably intended for Richard Beauchamp, 5th H^arl of Warwick, 
K.G. 1403 — 39. Beauchamp quartering Warwick ve^ Neubourgh, 
borne reversely on his seal ; the bear is usually muzzled. Entered 
at a later period by an indifferent draughtsman, and here re-drawn. 



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Probably intended for Thomas Fitzalan, 12th Earl of Arundel, 
1487 — 1524. Arms: quarterly, (i) FitzAlan, (2) Flaal, (3) Mai- 
travers, (4) Clun. The bagwyn seems to have degenerated into a 
black stag, as sinister supporter for Henry, 14th Earl. Entered at a 
later period by an indifferent draughtsman, and here re-drawn. 



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Probably the Banner of William, 13th Earl, son of Thomas, 
I2th Earl, last named. Arms : quarterly, (1) Fitzalan, (2) Flaal, 
(3) Wydvile, (4) Maltravers quarterly with Clun. The staff sup- 
ported by the white horse " of Arundel."' 



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Roger, 4th Earl of March, slain in Ireland 15 Aug. 1398. 
Arms : Mortimer quartering Burgh. The staff supported by the 
white lyon of the Earldom of Marche. 



46 



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Hastings, Earl of Pembroke, 1339 — 91. Arms: or, a maunche 
gules ; the staff supported by a white bull, gorged with a red crown. 



.47 







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Nevill, Earl of Westmorland, 1397 (? Charles, 1563 — 1601). 
Arms: (i and 4) Neville, (2) Thomas of Woodstock, (3) Neville 
'the Admiral ! ). The staff supported by a white bull gorged with a 
golden coronet. Entered at a later period by an indifferent 
draughtsman, and here re-drawn. 



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George, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Talbot of Furnivall, 
Verdon, and Strange, Blaclcemere, Lord Steward of the King's 
household, K.G., 1473 — ■54'- Arms : quarterly, (i) Belesme, 
(2) Talbot, (3) Nevill, (4) Furnival, (5) Verdon, (6) Strange of 
Blackmere. The staff supported by the talbot, " so much feared 
abroad." 



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49 



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Henry, 5th Earl of Northumberland, Lord Percy, Ponyngs, 
Fitzpayen, and Bryan, K.G. 1527 — 53. Arms : quarterly of five: 
1., quarterly, (i) Brabant, (2) Krance and England within a bordure 
compony ermine and azure, Beaufort, (3) Lucy, (4) Poynings ; 
II., Percy ; III., Poynings; IV., Fitzpayne ; V., Bryan ; the staff 
supported by the lyon of Brabant. 

50 




Ormound. Arms : Butler, the staff supported by a male gryphon 
argent. Th' Erll of Ormonde " peyr gryphongs," MS. 2 M. 16, 
Coll. of Arms, temp. E. IV. 



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Walter Fitz Walter, 7th and last baron, died 1432. The staff 
supported by a black bull gorged with a silver crown and chain. 
Entered at a later period by an indifferent draughtsman, and here 
re-drawn. 



5* 







[Robert Ratcliffe, restored as 13th Baron FitzWalter, 1505, 
K.G. 1524, created Viscount FitzWalter 1525, and Earl of Sussex 
1529.] The black bull of FitzWalter supporting the staff is made 
bezanty for Ratcliffe. Entered at a later period by an indifferent 
draughtsman, and here re-drawn. 



53 







(Thomas) Dockeray, Lord Prior of St. John of Jerusalem 
(1502 — 19), was in the company of George Talbot, Earl of Shrews- 
bury, Captain -General of the King's "forward" (vanguard) entering 
into France (? Calais) 16 June, 5 Hen. VIII. Hai/'s Chronicle 
537, Cotton MS. Cleopatra C. v. fol. 59 {c. 1513). Entered at a 
later period by an indifferent draughtsman, and here re-drawn. See 
Standard p. 189. 



54- 








Sir William Weston, Lord Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, died 
5 May, 1539, "upon hearing of the dissolution of his order." 
London Chronicle, Camden Soc. Misc. p. 15. Entered at a later 
period by an indifferent draughtsman, and here re-drawn. 



55 



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John Dudley, Duke of Noithumoerlaiid 1551, beheaded 1553. 
Arms: (i) Somery, (2) Grey, (3) Talbot, (4) Neubourg or 
Warwick, (5) Beauchamp, (6) Berkeley, (7) Lisle, (8) Gerard. 
The staff supported by a bear collared and chained. An addition at 
the instance of John Cocke, Lancaster Herald, shortly before 1585, 
and here re-drawn. 



56 




Robert Dudley, created Earl of Leicester 1563, died 1588. 
Arms: (i) Dudley, (2) Somery, (3) Beaumont, (4) Grey, (5) 
Valence, (6) Talbot, (7) Beauchamp, (8) Warwick or Newbourg ; 
over all a crescent for difference. The staff supported by a white 
lyon crowned and armed and charged with a crescent for difference. 
An addition at the instance of Cocke, Lancaster Herald, circa 1585, 
and here re-drawn. 



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57 







Charles V. of France, 1365, the first of the French Icings to bear 
three fleurs-de-lys. The stafF supported by a blue buck having 
wings sprinkled with demy fleurs-de-lys of gold. 

S8 



STANDARDS BORNE BY KINGS, 
NOBLES AND KNIGHTS, FROM A 
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COLLEGE OF ARMS MARKED 1.2. 
COMPILED BETWEEN THE YEARS 
1510 AND 1525. THE DESCRIPTIONS 
AFTER WILLEMENT. 



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Gold and purple, A an ass's head erased Argent, ducallv 
gorged Or ; B and C nothing. 

Motto, En acraois sant vostre. 

^r;«f._Q„arterly, 1. and 4. Or fretty Sable, on a chief of the 
second tlnee plates; 2. Or, three chevrons Gules, each charged 
with five fleurs de lis Argent; 3. Or, ten fleurs de lis Sable, four, 
tliree, and three. 



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Gold and red, four stripes. A an ounce passant Sable, spotted, 
collared, chained, and holding in the fore-paw a trefoil slipped 
Or ; B and C nothing. 

Mollo, Ne oblira james. 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Gules, on a bend Argent, three 
trefoils slipped Vert ; 2. and 3. Sable, a lion rampant Argent, 
witliin a bordure gobony Argent and Sable. 




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and 3. Ermine, a cross engrailed Gules. 



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Gold and green, A a hind lodged and regardant Argent, 
collared and chained Or ; remainder unfinished. 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1 . and 4. Or, a cross pierced Vert ; 2. Ar- 
gent, a bendlet wavy between two plain cottises Sable ; 3. Barry 
of six Ermine and Gules. 



120 




(No name) 

• • • • (j"li-'s» » dexter hand coupcd argent, grasping a snake or. 

Arms: quarterly i and 4, argent, on a chief dancettee gules, three 
ducal coronets or; 2 and 3, argent, three castles gules. 

"Raurt Leych enteryng into Fraunce xvj June v Hen. viij 1515 
bayryth (in hys standert) goiills a hand holdyng a serpent and the serpent 
wrython about the hand."— 65//. Cleopatra C. v. fol. 62. The serpent 
probably evolved by the herald painter from the leech. 



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121 









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Eyre of Hope in the com. of Derby, Esquyre. Green. (The 
cross of St. George) ; an armed leg parted white and red, having a 
golden spur. 

Arms: Quarterly, i and 4 argent, on a chevron sable, three 
quaterfoils or ; 2 and 3 argent, three barnaclts closed sable. 

"Arthur Eyr enteryng into Fraunce xvj June, v Hen. viij 1513 
bayryth in hys'standert ; vert, a leg or a botte sylver and golls partie 
per pale with a spur upon the hellc gold." — Cott. Cleopatra C. v., 
fol. 62. 



122 




Four stripes Gold and Blue, A on a wreath Or and Azure 
a goats head, ears pendent couped Ermine, cornued Argent.— 
(Remainder imperfect.) 

Motlo, Auxilium racura a Domino. 

-4,-m.v.— Argent, three bars wavy Sable, each charged with as 
many plates ; on a chief Gules, an ancient culverine between two 
anchors Or. 



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Argent; on a chief of the last, an eagle dis))layed Sable, du- 
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Motlu, Pour me aprendre. 

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three Cornisli choughs proper ; 2. and 3. Sable, a chevron Ermine 
between three crescents Ardent 



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Mollo, Je responderay. 

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tween three griffins passant Sable ; 2. Azure, on a bend cottised 
Argent, three eagles displayed of the field ; 3. Sable, three sea- 
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Robert Barley de Barley, Daibyshire. Red. (The cross of 
St. George). Crest ; o» a wreath argent and gulei^ a demi stag 
per pale, or and argent, armed gold, charged on the body with 
three barrulets wavy. Moi ro : " Tencs la plainc." Arms, argent, 
three bars wavy sable, a chief per paleerniine and gules. 

RoBERr Barley, "enteryng into Fraiince xvj Junev Hen. viij, 
1513, bayrvth in hys standert, goulls halfT a Buk gold and 
sylver per pale, the homes countercolerd de I'une et Tauter, iij 
barrs apon his nek, sabull unde 01 wave, issant owt of a wrayth 
goulls and sylver."— 6V/. M8. Cleop. C. v. fol. 60"'. 



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Ar7ns. — Gules, a lion rampant within an orle of crescents 
Argent. 



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a child's head Argent, crined Or, vested paly indented of four 
pieces Or and Azure, and round the necii a snake twisted ,^rgent. 
(Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Gules, a fess Argent charg;ed 
with a mullet Sable for difference, between three children'.* 
heads couped at the shoulders projjer, crined Or, and round 
the neck a snake, nowed Argent, all within a bordurc engrailed 
Or; 2. Argent, on a fess Sable between three cocks Gules, as 
many lozenges of the first; 3. Azure, a chevron between three 
chess rooks Or. 



152 







John Mitton de Weston under Lyzearde in com. StafTor. 

A on a wreath Argent and Gules, a bull's head Sable, horns, 
ears, and tongue Or, charged on the neck with three annulets of the 
last. (Remainder nnperfect.)— .\/o//o, Spes mea in Domino est. 

/frTO.s.~Quarterly, 1. and 4. Per pale Azure and Gules, an 
eagle displayed with two heads Or, beaked and membcred Argent ■ 
2. and 3. Argent, a cross flory Sable, on a canton Gules a lion-J 
head erased of the field, ducally crowned Or. 



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semee of estoiles Or, legs from the knees, and ears. Gules. (Re- 
mainder imperfect.) — Mollo, Da michi lucem. 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1 . Gules, on a chevron between three bulls' 
heads caboshed Arf ent, armed Or, a crescent Sable for difference; 
2. Gules, on abend Ermine a talbot current .... in chief a crescent 
Argent; 3. Vert, six goutes d'Or, two, two and two; 4. Or, a fes.s 
between six cross crosslets Gules 



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dragon s head quarterly Argent and Gules. (Rest imperfect.) 
Arms.— Ermme, three poleaxes Gules. 



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Four stripes White and Red, A on a wreath Or and Azure, a 
demi-seahound Sable, scaled Argent, fins Or. (Rest imperfect.) 

/irins. — Gules, a chevron between three owls Argent, beaked 
and membered Or. 



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M. Thomas Umpton. 

White A on a wreath Argent and Gules, a demi-grevhound 
couped Sable, collared Or, holding in the mouth a broken sne^r 
point upwards Or. (Remainder imperfect ) ^ ^' 

Arms.-Quarter]y I. and 4. Azure, on a fess engrailed Or be 
tween three spearheads Argent, a greyhound currfnt Sable 2 
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John More de More, in Oxinford. Red. (The cross of St. 
George) ; Crest ; on a wreath argent and azure^ a demy lyoii rampant 
gules, on the shoulder a bar dancettee paly gules and sable. Motto: 
"Pourbien je indrvde." Arms: quarterly i and 4 argent, a fess 
dancettee gobonated gules and sable, between tiiree mullets of the 
last ; 2 and 3 argent, a fess between three annulets gules. 

John More of Cambryg, " enteryng into Fraunce xvj June v 
Hen. viij, 15 13, bayrvth in hys standert, gouUs haltF a lyon gold 
issant out of a wrayth wyth a bar daunce upon his nek sabuU." — 
Cott. MS. Cleop. C' V. fol. 62. 



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John Pkresall de Chekeley in Cheshyre. 

Blue, A on a wreath Or and Sable, a demi-wolf couped Ar- 
gent, charged with a fess flory counter flory Gules. (Remainder 
imperfect.) — Motto, Bien venu ce que ad viendra. 

Arms. — Argent, a cross flory Sable, on a canton Gules, a wolf's 
head era.sed of the field. 



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of St. George); Crest; on a zvretith or 
head erased quarterly sable and argent, 
countercoloured. Motto : A droit 
chevron between three mullets argent 
hounds' heads erased. 

Robert Lynaker " enterying into F 
1513, bayryth in hys standert, gold, a 
sabull quartered, the eyse goulls, wyth 
upon the same hed." — Cott. MS. Cleop. 



rbyshire. Red. (The cross 

and purpure, a greyhound's 

charged with four escallops 

emploier. Arms : sable, a 

; on a chief or three grey- 

raunce xvj June v Hen. viij, 
Greundes hed sylver and 
iiij scalops countercoloured 

C. V. fol. 61 h, 



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161 







Mathew Basquer de Flytte in the He of WJiyght in Hamshyre. 

A on a wreath Or and Sable, a greyhound's head erased quar- 
terly Argent and Azure. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Motto, Pour evs svyvir. 

Arms. — Per bend Or and Argent, a lion rampant queue 
forchee Azure, on a chief Gules, a cross pattee, fitched at the foot, 
between two mullets of the second. 



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Babyngton. 

A on a wreath Or and Vert, a greyhound's head erased quar- 
terly Argent and Gules, charged with four goutes counterchang- 
ed. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Argent, ten tortt-aux, four, 
three, two, and one; a label of three points Azure: 2. and 3. 
Gules, three hammers with claws Argent. 
Syr John Sharp de Coggeshall Essex. 

A on a wreath Argent and Azure, a wolf's head erased per pale 
Sable and Or, gorged with a dacal coronet counterchanged. 

(No Motto bends.) 

Arms. — Argent, three eagles' heads erased Sable, beaked Gules, 
the first charged with a chess rook Or, all within a bordure Azure 
bezantee. 



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couped Or, in his mouth a hawk's leg erased a the ZJh r ? 
(Remainder imperfect.)- Mo//„, De tfl en mleidx ^ ^"^'' 

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lined Or. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Anns. — Quarterly, 1. Amitc, three eagles in bend between 
two cottises Argent, 2. Gules, a fess gobony Argent and Sable 
between six crosses patt'-e fitche in the foot Or ; 3. Or, two bendi 
Gules ; 4 Barry of ten Or and Azure. 



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VeTwthfrSrf" "'P'"''? and torteLx. h^olding a brS 
Vert with fruit Gules, apparently a vine branch. (Imperfect.) 

si.nlTATfnV^" ''"^ G"les. each charged with th^ee trefoil, 
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elbow and erect proper, hoUlinj; a falchion Argent, poniel and 
hilt Or, the blade imbrued m three places Gules. ( I ni perfect.) 

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A on a wreath Or and Gules, a greyhound's head couped per 
pale Azure and Argent, holding in his mouth a stag's leg erased 
of" the last. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Sable, six fleurs de lis Or, three, 
two, and one ; 2. and 3. Gules, a bend lozengy Argent, a chief Or. 

iiODENBYE. 

A a boar's head couped Sable, armed Or, charged with a label 
of three points Azure. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arnix. — Or, three eagles dis])layed Purpure, a label of three 
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several ermine spots Argent. (Remainder hnperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, I. and I V. Argent, a cross patonce Sable, 
charged with a mullet; II. Sable, three battle-axes Argent; III. 
Quarterly, 1. and 4. Gules, a lion rampant Or, a label of three 
points Azure ; 2. and 3. Arg. a lion rampant queue forchfee Gules. 



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Yko of Heampton in Devon. 

A on a wreath a peacock ; B and C, the same. 

Arms. — Quarterly, of six pieces: 1. and 6 a chevron 

between three drakes Sable ; 2. three crossbows bent, with three 
arrows each (no colours); 3. Argent, two chevrons Sable ; 4. Gules, 
a chevron Ermine between three pineapples Or ; 5. Vert, a lion 
rampant gardant Ermine, debruised by a fess Gules. 
H1LLBR8DON of Memlaue in Devon. 

A on a wreath a squirrel sejant, cracking a nut. B and C, ditto. 
Arms. — Quarterly, of eight pieces : 1. and 8. Argent, on a chev- 
ron Sable three bulls' heads caboshed of the field ; 2. Argent, a 
chevron between three boars' heads erased Sable ; 3. Sable, a lion 
rampant Argent, debruised by a bendlet Gules ; 4. Argent, three 
escallops within a bordure engrailed Sable ; 5. Argent, three bat- 
tle-axes Sable ; 6. Argent, a lion rampant Ermines ; 7- Azure, a 
chevron Ermine between three lions rampant Argent. 
Syr Rychard Grenevile, Knyght. 

A on a wreath Or and Gules, a griffin's head, wings erect Or. 
B and C, the same. 

Anns. — Quarterly, of fifteen pieces: 1. Gules, three clarions 
Or ; 2. Gules, a chevron Ermine between three lions jambs erased 
Argent; 3. Argent, on a bend Sable three bezants; 4. a cross 
fleury (no colours) ; 5. Argent, on a bend Azure three mullets Or ; 
Q. Argent, a chevron Gules, bet^¥een three boars' heads erased 
Sable ; 7- Argent, a bull passant Gules, armed Or ; 8. Argent, on a 

chevron Gules, three bezants ; 9 a chevron between three 

drakes Sable; 10. Gules, a man's head, couped at the neck, in 

profile Argent ; ] 1. Barry wavy of six Or and Gules ; 12 

a chevron Sable, between three torteaux ; 13. Argent, a lion 
rampant Gules ; 14. Gules, a bend between six lozenges Or ; 15. 
Azure, a bend Or, a label of three points Gules. 
Rychard Hals of Kenedon in the county of D'von. 

A on a wreath Argent and Sable, a griffin sejant, wings ele- 
vated of the first. B and C, the same. 

Arms. — Quarterly, of nine pieces : 1. Argent, a fess bstween 
three griffins' heads erased Sable ; 2- Or, three torteaux, a label 
of three points Argent ; 3. Argent, a fess between three birds 
Sable ; 4. Argent, two chevrons Sable ; 5. Gules, a cross patonce 
Or ; 6. Argent, on a bend Azure three bezants ; 7- Argent, a cross 
flory engrailed Sable ; 8. Argent, on a bend Sable three mullets 
Or ; 9. Arg. a chevron Gu. between three boars' heads erased Sable. 
Wylliam Holand of Weare in the county of Devon. 

A out of a ducal coronet a plume of feathers disposed in form 
of a cone, and on the sinister on a wreath issuant out of flames 
a cubit arm embowed, grasping an eagle's claw erased Or. B out 
of a ducal coronet a plume of feathers. Cthe arm as in A. 

Arms Quarterly, of eight pieces : 1. Azure, semee de lis a lion 

rampant gardant Argent ; 2. Gules, ten torteaux, two, three, two, 
two, and one, a canton Ermine ; 3. Quarterly, Or and Gules, 
four escallops counterchanged ; 4. Azure, three bendlets Argent ; 
5. Ermine, a bend Gules ; 6. Gules, a chevron Argent, between 
three plates ; 7- Gules, a fess nebuly Argent ; 8. Gules, a chevron 
between three martlets Argent. 
liAiMFELD of Poltemore in Devon. 

A on a wreath Or and Gules, a lion's head erased Sable, ducally 
crowned of the second ; B and C, the same. 

Arms. — Quarterly of eight : 1. Or, on abend Gules, three mullets 
Argent ; 2. Argent, a maunch Gules ; 3. Argent, a lion rampant 
Sable; 4. Argent, on a fess Sable three cross-crosslets Or, within 
a bordure Azure bezantee ; 5. Argent, a bend Gules between three 
lions' heads erased Sable, ducally crowned of the second : 6. 
Semee of cross crosslets a lion passant gardant (no colours) ; 7. 
Argent, two chevrons Gules, a label of three jioints Azure ; 8. 
Azure, semee de lis, a lion rampant Argent. 



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A on a wreath Or and Azure, a staff's head erased quarterly 
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Arms. — Argent, a chevron Gules, between three mullets Sable 
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Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Sable, semee of cross-crosslcts 
and a lion rampant Argent ; 2. Argent, on a chief Gules a be/.ant 
between two stags' heads caboshed Or ; 3. Gules, two wing.s re- 
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his tail. MoiTo: "Bone cure me comforte." 

Arms : quarterly, i and 4 azure, on a bend between two 
lions rampant argent, three popinjays vert, collared, beaked, and 
membered gules. 2 vairy, or and gules, on a chief sable, 
three horse-shoes argent. 3 gules, on a bend or three martlets 
sable. 

"John Cursson of Croxsali," "enteryng into Kraunce 
xvj June V Hen. viij 15 13, bayryth in hys standert, a 
cockatrice displayed goulls with a bed in his ta\ II, his fette 
and his w^ttelles assur." — Cott. J\fS. Chop. C v. fbl. 62'', 



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on a bend Gules, cottised Sable, three pair of wings conjoined 

Argent; II. Quarterly, Sable and Or; III. Quarterly, I. and 4. 

Barry of six. Or and Gules, a canton Ermine ; 2. and 3. Chequy, 

Or and Azure. 



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imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, i. and 4. A saltire raguly between four 

martlets ; 2. four chevronels, in fess point a head 

(no colours) ; 3. Argent, on a chevron Azure, between three 
lions' heads erased Gules, two snakes .... 



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Or, A on a wreath Argent and Sable a bear's head erased of 
the last, muzzled Gules, charged with a crescent Are. (Remainder 
imperfect.) 

/<r»«.— Quarterly, I. and 4. Argent, two bars Sable, the upper 
one charged with a crescent of the field , 2. and 3. Areeiit, a che- 
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Sable a boar's head erased of the last, tusks and ears Gules, 
charged with a crescent Or. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly of six ; 1. Argent, a fret Sable; 2. Ajurc, 
three lions passant Argent ; 3. Argent, a lion rampant queue 
forchce Gules, collared Or ; 4. Barry of six. Or and Azure ; 5. 
Argent, a fret Sable, a canton Gules ; 6. Azure, semee of cross 
crosslets, and two pipes in saltire Or. 



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stag beetle passant Gules, wings endorsed Argent. (Imperfect.) 

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Argent, between the attires a cross jjatoe of the last ; 2. anil 3. 
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tcrchanged. (Remaiiuler imperfect.) 

Arnii. — Quarterly, 1. Argent, a cross moline Sable, charged 
with a crescent ; 2. Quarterly, Sable and Argent ; 3. Or, a lion 
rampant queue (burcliee Sable ; 4. Barry of six, Ermine and 
Oulcs, three crescents Sable. 



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A on a wreath Or and Azure, adenii heraldic antelope couped 
quarterly Argent and Sable, charged with a crescent Or, betwepn 
four mascles counterchanged (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms — Gules, two bars Argent, each charged with three 
mascles of the field ; on a canton Or, a leopard's face Azure ; in 
the fess point a crescent Or for difference. 



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Raynold Roche of Corwell. Arms : gules, three roach 
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Roche of Lingcolnshire. Arms : azure, three roach 
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last. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1. and 4. Sable, a bend lozengy Argent ; 
2. Gules, two lions passant Argent ; 3. Azure, three roaches naiant 
in pale Argent. 



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A a leopard passant guardant Or, armed Gules. (Imperfect 1 

Wm,v.-Quarte>y, 1. Argent, two lions passant . Sable, Trned 

Gules, langued and crowned Or; 2. Bendv of ei.rl.t a . 

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A a goat couraiit Argent, horns wreathed Or and Azure 
(Remainder imperfect.) 

.■inns.- Quarterly, I. Quarterly, 1 and 4. Argent, a lion ram- 
pant Gules, on a chief Sable three escallops of the first ; 2. and 3. 
Azure, a castle Argent j II. Gules, three herrings haiiriant Argent , 
III. Sable, a griffin segreant between three cross crosslets fitchc 
Argent , IV Sable, three chevronels Ermine, a crescent Or for 
difference. 



William Russell of Chenies, created 
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tufted of the last, graspwig in the dexter claw a pellet. (Kemiii, 
der imperfect.) — -V/o^/o, Leyalte sansein. 

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with three mullets pierced Or ; 2 Argent, a chevron Azure, a label 
of three points tr.nine ; 3. Argent, on a bend Gules three mascles 
Ur ; 4. Gules, a griffin segreant.— (No colour.) 



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Aims. — Quarterly of ei^iit : I. Argent, a chevron Gules be- 
tween three bulls' heads couped at the neck Sable, comued Or ; 
2. Quarterly, Sable and Argent ; 3. Azure, a fes.s between six 
cross crosslets Or ; 4. Azure, three sinister hands couped at the 
wrist and erect Argent ; 5. Ermine, on a chief Azure three 
crosses patee Argent ; 6. Azure, a fret Argent and chief Gules ; 
7- Argent, a bend wavy Sable ; 8. Azure, three mullets Or, a 
chief dancette Argent. 




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in front of the beacon and also on the stand a lizard, tail nowed 
Vert, ducally gorged and chained Or. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Anns. — Qiiarterly, I. Azure, three eaglets in bend between 
two cot ises Argent ; 2. Or, two bends Gules ; 3. Bendy often, 
Or and Azure ; 4. Gules, a fess gobony Argent and Sable 
between six crosses patee fitche in the foot Or. 



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and black. (The cross of St. Cieorge) ; a woman's 
head aftVontee, golden hair, crimson vest fimbriated 
gold. Arms; quarterly, I. and IV. ; quaiterly, I 
and 4 argent, two bars azure within a bordure 
engrailed sable, a mullet for difference ; 2 and 3 or, 
three water bougets sable ; II. and III. ; azure, 
three chevrons interlaced and a chief or. 

Sir Thomas, father of Oueen Katharine Parr. 
In 1475 a " maydinhed " was the badge of Sir 
William Aparre when serving under Edward IV. 
in Normandy and France. — A'/S. ind M. 16. 
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head affronte, with a band round the neck Or, couped at the neck 
proper, wreathed about the temples Argent and Azure. (Remain- 
der imperfect.) — Mi.ttv, (on each of the two bends,) Ani boro. 

^nwi.— Quarterly, 1. and 4. Ermine, on a chief Azure five 
bezants , 2. and 3. three camels statant. (No colours.) 



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Or, A issuant from clouds Argent, a dexter arm habited 
Gules, cuffed Ermine, hand Argent, holding a bunch of colum- 
bines Azure, leaved and slipped Vert. (Remainder imperfect.) 

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erased Sable, collared Argent. (Remainder imperfect.) 

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Mavster Manwaryng de ichtfelde. Gold. (The 
cross of St. George) ; Crest ; on a wreath, an ass' head erased 
sable, haltered argent, charged with a crescent of the last. 
Motto : " Devant si je puis." Arms : quarterly, i and 4 : 
gules, two bars argent, on the sovereign band a crescent for 
difference, 2 and 3 chequy argent and sable. 

Syr John Maynwaryng of Eghtfeld, enteryng into 
P'raunce xvj June v Hen. viij 1513, bayryth in hys standert, 
gold a asse hed haltered sabull and a cressent upon the same. 
Mad Knyght at Lille. — Co«. MS. Chop. C. v. fol. 61. 



Syr Will'm Barentyn. Arms : quarterly, i sable, three 
eaglets displayed argent ; 2 azure, a bend between six cross 
crosslets fitchee or ; 3 argent, on a chief gules two stags' heads 
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Comes Northn'Bryeland. Three stripes, russet, vellow 
and tawny. (The cross of St. George); the blue lyon of 
Algernons or Louvaine with the silver key of Poynings, the 
blue bugle horn of Bryan, and the black sheathed falchion of 
Fitz-Payn. Sprinkled with (7) Percy badges, three silver 
crescents and four shacklebojts. 

Motto : " Esperance en D\eu."—Har/. MS. 4632. 

In 1475 a silver cressant was the badge of the Earl of North- 
umberland when serving under Edward IV. in Normandy and 
France. — MS. 2nd M.\b, Coll. of Arms. 



The smaller banners : — 

Algernons or Louvaine. Three stripes, red, yellow and 
russet. (Cross of St. George) ; blue lyon with three 
silver crescents. 

PoNYNGS. Three stripes, russet, yellow and tawny ; a 
silver unicorn gorged with a golden crown and chain, 
with three silver crescents. Another Poynings, a white 
boar gorifed, etc., as the preceding. 

Percy. 'Three stripes, russet, yellow and tawny ; a white 
leopard spotted red and blue, with a golden crown, 
three silver crescents. 

PoNYNc;s. Three stripes, russet, yellow and tawny ; a 
silver key with a golden crown. 

Bryan. Three stripes, russet, yellow and tawny ; a blue 
bugle horn unstrung, garnished of gold. 

Bryan. Four stripes, alternately red and russet ; a silver 
crescent. 

Percy. Parted red and black, a silver crescent. 

Percy. Parted red and black, a pair of golden shackle- 
bolts. 

Percy. Three stripes, red, yellow and black ; within the 
horns of a silver crescent, a pair of golden shacklebolts. 

FitzPayn. Three stripes, russet, yellow and tawny, a 
black sheathed falchion with golden pomel, hilt and gar- 
nishing. 

Arms; quarterly of five pieces, two in chief and three in 
base: I. Quarterly, (i) or, a lion rampant azure; Percy. (2) 
France and England quarterly within a bordiire gobony argent 
and azure ; Beaufort, D. Somerset. (3) gules, three lucies 
hauriant argent ; Lucy. (4) barry of six or and azure, a bendlet 
gules; Poynings. H. Azure, five fusils conjoined in fess or; 
Percy ancient. III. Barry of six or and vert, a bendlet gules ; 
Poynings. IV. Gules, three lions passant argent, debruised by 
a bendlet azure; FitzPayn. V. or, three piles meeting in 
base azure, Bryan. 




Crest of Lord Berners. 
See next page. 



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Mr. Basset. Red. (Cross of St. George) ; a boar's head 
couped argent armed or. Arms : Or, three piles meeting on 
base gules, a canton vaire argent and sable. 

" Syr Ric Bassett, enteryng in to Fraunce xvj June v Hen. viij 
' 5'3) bayryth in hvs standert a Borres hed sylver couped. Made 
Knyght at'Lylle."— Gj//. jWS. CUop. C. v. fol. 217. 



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The Loro Cobham. (A cross of St. George) ; a man's head 
in profile, wreathed round the temples argent and sable. Arms : 
Gules, on a chevron or, three Ivons rampant sable. 

In 1475 "the Blake Saryn (Saracen's) hedde " was the badge 
of the Lord Cobham when serving under Edward IV. in Nor- 
mandy and France. — MS. 2nd M. 16, Coll. of Arms. The Lord 
Cobam " enteryng in to Fraunce xvj June, v Hen. viij 1513 
bayryth, in hys standert, sylver, a Dolfyns hed sabulj, wyth a 
wrayth about the same svlver and sabull, made knyght at 
Torney."^Cb«. MS. Cleop. C. v. fo). 59''. 



263 



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The Lord Gray Erle of Kent. Red, fringed yellow 
and blue. (The cross of St. George) ; a golden wvvern. Arms; 
quarterly, I. and IV. Barry of six argent and azure, in chief 
three torteaux,II.and III. quarterly, i and 4. or, a inaunch gules; 
2 and 3. Barry of ten argent and azure, an orle of martlets 
gules. In 1475 "a black raggvd staft" was the badge of 
Edmund, The Lord Grey Rythyn (Earl of Kent i486), when 
serving under Edward IV. in Normandy and France. — 3/S. 
2nd M.16, Coll. of Arms. 



264 




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Mayster Marcam. Blue. (The cross of St. George) ; the 
golden lyon of St. Mark holding in his forepaws a hame also of 
gold. In HarJ. MS. 462, the Standard is yellow and blue. 
Arms : Quarterly, i. Azure, on a chief or, a demi-lion issuant 
gules ; 2. Argent, on a saltire engrailed sable nine annulets or ; 
3. Argent, a lion rampant queue fourchee sable; 4. Argent, 
three pilgrims' staves in fess gules. 



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A on a wreath Argent and Sable, a griffin's head Azure, erased 
(Tules, holding in the mouth an arrow, point downwards Or, 
leathered Argent. (Remainder imperfect.) 

.^ras— Barry of four Or and Gules, in chief three griffins' 
heads erased Azure, and in fess a covered cup (no colour), all 
within a bordure gobony Argent and Sable. 



267 



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John Byrd de Thorphyll, Northamion. 

A on a wreath an eagle's head per pale Gules and Azure, 
beaked Or, and charfred with a pheon Argent. — (No Motto bends.) 
— (No Arms.) 



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A a cat-a-mountain statant quarterly Or and Azure, ears Gules. 
(No Jlotto bends.) 

y4rm.$. — Quarterly, Gules and Or, on a bend Argent, three 
<,'.scallops Sable. 



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A on a wreath Argent and Azure, a sea hog statant Or, scaly 
Sable, fins, ears, and legs from the knee downwards Gules. (.Re- 
mainder imperfect.) 

.Irms. — Argent, a chevron Azure, between three seals' paw« 
enispd Gules, on a chief Sable, three Or. 



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bull's head erased Argent, armed and maned Sable, ducally 
gorged per pale Gules and Or. (Remainder imperfect.^ 

Arms. — Sable, a maunch Argent. 

Motto. — Volendo dio faro. 



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Syr Henry Clefford, Knyght. White. (The cross of St. 
George) ; a red vvyvern. Arms : chequy or ami azure, a fess 
gules, a label of three points argent. In Hart. MS. 4632 the 
Standard is white and yellow. Sprinkled with annulets, the 
golden wyvern. Motto : " Des Ormais." 



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Erminej a cross patonce Gules ; 3. Argent, a saltire Sable, between 
four cinquefoils Gules ; 4. Argent, three birds as on the standard. 



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Four stripes Argent and Gules, A a wolf statant of a " dark 
tawny," with fins along the back, belly, and upon the hind legs, of 
a " water coler." 

Arms Gules, two swords in saltire Argent, points upwards, 

pomels and hilts Or, between four roses of the last. 



282 



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sented Sable, purfled Or, the instrument between its paws Gules. 
(Remainder imperfect.') 

Motto, (on the first bend only) Tout ma jours. 

/^ms.— Azure, a chevron between three lions passant guard- 
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plimicil Argent, regardant, and grasping the same in his mouth. 
(Hcmainder imperfect.) 

,./, „,s. — Party per pale, baron and femme : Baron, Quarterly, 

1. and 4. Argent, six oak leaves, in three pairs, slipped Sable ; 

2. and 3. Ermine, a fess checquy Or and Azure: Femme, Quarterly, 

1. and 4. Or, a fess between three cormorants' heads erased Sable • 

2. and 3. Bendy of six, Or and Azure, a bordure Gules. 



186 




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Argent, langued Gules, pierced through the mouth with a spear 
Or, pointed Argent. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Ji-jtis. — Gules, a bend charged with three ernime spots, and 
a mullet Sable for difference, in chief a Ulbot passant Or, all within 
a bordure of the second. 



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Or and Argent, A a wolf courant. (Remainder imperfect.) 
/inii.^. — I'er jiale, Argent and Sable, an eagle displayed per 
pale A/.iirc and Argent, beaked Or. 



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Bagot. (Cross of St. George). Crest: on a wreath, a 
goat's head reared argent, collared and cornued or. Arms : 
argent, a chevron gules between three martlets sable. 

" Sir Lewes Bagott enteryng into Fraunce xvj June v Hen. viij 
1513 bayryth in hys standert gouils a gott Buice's hed sylver 
couped, upon a wrayth, and a bar upon his nek gold." — Cott. 
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Query Twyford. (A cross of St. George) ; a lyon rampant 
charged on the shoulder with a white fleur de lys. Arms : 
argent two bars sable, on a canton gules, a cinquefoyle or. 

"Thomas Twyfford, enteryng in to Praunce xvj June 
V Hen. viij 15 13 bayrythe in hys standert sylver a lyon 
rampyiig sabull with flourdelys upon his shulder sylver." — 
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Argent, A on a wreath Argent and Sable, a gnffin statant 
Sable, armed Or. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arms — Quarterly of eight: 1. Argent, three Cornish choughs 
prorer ; 2. Argent, a lion rampant Azure, within abordure vaire; 
3. Argent, an estoile Gules ; 4. Barry of six Argent and Sable ; 5. 
6. 7. and 8. defaced. 



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Syr Phelipe Herres. 

Argent, A on a wreath Argent and Azure, a lion sejant Sable, 
langued Gules. (Remainder imperfect.) 

Arm.i. — Quarterly of eleven: 1. Azure, a chevron Argent, be- 
.tween three hedgehogs Or ; 1. Sable, a fess Or, between three 
cinquefoils Argent ; 3. Azure, a chevron engrailed (defaced) ; 4. 
Argent, a chevron engrailed between three escallops Sable; 6. 
Vairy Argent and Gules, a bend Sable ; 6. Argent, three bendlets 
Azure, a canton Sable ; 7. Or, on a chief Gules, three plates ; 
JJ. Gules, a bordure Or (defaced) ; 9. 10. and 11. defaced. 



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Mottoes on the Standards. 



A droit emploier 

A la confucion des ennemis 

A I'ayde de Dieu 

A ma puissance .... 

Ani boro [see Sane boro) . 

Ansi bien come je pour roy 

As God be plesid 

A tenir promesse vient de noblesse 

A tous venant 

Avantureg et marc he savant 

A vostre peril .... 

Au plesir fort de Dieu 

Auxilium meum a domino 

Bee advised .... 

Bee contented 

Bien je espoyre .... 

Bien soit avec ques novis frappes 

Bien venu ce que ad viendra 

Bonne cure me comforte . 

Bownd to obey and serve 

By trwthe and diligence . 

Cause me oblige. 

Cleve fast .... 

Couraige avance I'h >me 

Da michi lucem 

D'amitee desirant 

Dc bien faire je espoir 

Debvoir me oblige 

De cueur entier 

Demoures ferme .... 

De moy nul mot sy rayson neve velt 

[De] sy ring .... 

Dessus eulx enreusement. 

De tel en mieulx 

Devant si je puis 

Dieu et mon Droyt 



Dieu la volu .... 

Dum spiro serviam . . . . 

En acrois sant vostre . 

En bonne heure puifse 

En esperance je vis 

En espoir je vie atendant grace . 

( ) erve Point 

Esperance une grandement comforte. 
Espoir me confort 

Et pullis corvorum invocantibus cum 
Ever to be trew .... 
Faire le dov . . . . . 



Rob. Lenacre, p. i6i. 

John Maynwaring of Fevyr, 202. 

George Warham, 238. 

Grey, Marq. of Dorset, 98. 

Sir Richard Weston, 245. 

Sir Myles Busschy, 75. 

Mayster Digby, 96. 

Nevile, Ld. Bergavenny, 108. 

Sir John Williams, of Thame, 296. 

Thos. Swynnertoii of Swiniierton, 151. 

Will Poole of Whirhall, 196. 

Sir Pers Edgcumb, 166. 

Mayster Gounston, 123. 

John Clark of Quarendon, 128. 

John Cooke of Gedehall, 126. 

Bourchier Ld. Berners, 259. 

Sir John Carew, 67. 

John Peresall of Checkiey, 160. 

John Curzon of Croxall, 203. 

Oueen Jane Seymour, 18. 

Mayster Lucy, 82. 

Thos. Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel, 175. 

Sir John Burdet of Bramcot, 94. 

Sir Hugli Vaughan of Lytticton, 150. 

Sir Xfer Baynham, 154. 

Darcy of Essex, 270. 

John Dyve of Harleston, 87. 

Fitzroy, D. of Richmond and Somerset, 276. 

Sir Rich. Cholmondeley, 221. 

Sir Godf. Foljambe of Walton, 148. 

Fynes, Lord Dacre of the South, 192. 

Mayster Mylton, 85. 

Richd. Beaumont, 149. 

Sir Will. Essex of Lamborne, 169. 

Mayster Manwaring of Ightfield, 254. 

E III., R II., H v., E IV., H VII. and H viii., 

61, 62, 63, 64, 69, 70, 71, 72, 77, 78, 79, 

80, 99, 100. 
Sir Arthur Plantagenet, Lord Lisle, 136. 
Sir Thos. Saunders of Charlewood, 294. 
Ralf Chamberlain, 113. 

Lisle, III. 
Mayster Carew, 109. 
Lord Scroop, 104. 
Sir Edward Chamberlain, B9. 
Sir Thos. Newport, 191. 
Giles Strangways, 233. 
Sir Griffith ap Res, 90. 
Sir John Kirkham, 243. 
Lord Chiiiiberlain, 115, 116, 185, i86, 227, 

228, 229. 



301 



Mottoes on the Standards. 



Faictes le ligerement . 

Felix quy poterit 

Fin faict tout 

Fort en loiaute 

Fortune soies eureux . 

Foy est tout . 

Frap[p]es fort 

Grace serra le bien venu 

Hit shal nat be bi mi wil 

Humble et loyal 

Je atende fortune 

Je doibve servir 

Je garderay 

Je le tiens 

Je pense loyalement 

Je responderay 

Je tens grace 

Je vouldroie avoir 

La me tiondray . 

Le droit le demonstre 

Loialment je sers 

Loialte mantient amor 

Loyal et n'apaour 

Loyall et s'aprovara . 

Loyalte pensee 

Lojalte sans fin 

Lucem tuam da nobis . 

Mieulx je sera . 

Ne oblira james . 

Ne trop ne moins 

Nowe it is thus . 

Oublier ne puis 

Paries qui voldra 

Passes avant 

[Passjes bien devant 

Penses a bien . 

Pour bien couduyre 

Pour bien je indrude 

Pour dyserver 

Pour entre tenir 

Pour eus suyvir . 

Pour nie aprendre . 

Pour parvenir 

Pour y parvenyr 

Preignes alaine . 

„ „ tires fort 

Preignes le et I'auras . 
Regard et souvien . 
San changere 

" une sans changer " on his stall-plate 
Sance changere 
Sane boro {see ani boro) 
Save the le otheos 
Se je peuse . 

Seray come a dieu plaira . 
Si je puis je le feray 
Soies ferme 

Soiez hoyeux ne dour point 
Spes mea in Deo 
Spes mea in Domino est 
Tanta monta . 



Mayster Arundel, 183. 

Sir Will. Carew, 275. 

Rauf Egerton, 197. 

lord Dacre of Gilsland, 239. 

Henry Long, 200. 

Sir Anth. Babington, 240. 

Wodehouse, 84. 
John Zouche of Codnor, 163. 
Thos. Lord Darcy, 65. 
Henry Stafford, Earl of Wilts, loi. 
Sir Richd. Cromwell, 284. 
Sir Edw. Kyngley, 261. 
Ratcliffe, Lord Fitzwalter, 212. 
Sir John Audley, 83. 
John Fortescue, 208. 
Sir Will Fynche, 131. 
Sir Francis Bryan, 285. 
Mayster Warburton, 256. 
Lord Hastings, 188. 
Will Ingelby, of Ripley, 274. 
Sir Henry Gulford, 106, 110. 

Skevington, 295. 
Sir Edw. Poynings, 107. 

Fitzwilliams, 86. 
Sir Adrian Fortescue, 209. 
Mayster Hopton, 231. 
John Mordaunt, 232. 

Stapleton, 102. 
George Hervey, 114. 
Robt. Cossyn, of London, 266. 
Sir Will Tyler, 167. 
Mayster Whyat, 210. 
Rob. Lord Curzon, 91. 
Sir John Raynsforth, 133. 
Sir Wm. Courtenay, 73. 
Sir Richd. Wentworth, 165. 
Will Haunsart, 158. 
John More, 1 59. 
Care v. Carr, 273. 
Sir Gyles Capel, 205. 
Matthew Basquer, 162. 
James Framlingham, 130. 

Blount, 289. 
George Manners, Lord Roos, 76. 
John Gyfford, of Chelyngton, 201 
Sir John Gyfford, 244. 
John Nevyll, 143. 

Harleston, 214. 
Sir Wm. Kyngston, 88. 

Sir Henry Wyloughby, 92. 

Thos. Docwra, Lord of St. John's, 189. 

Sir Thos. Sheffield, 190. 

Sir Will Paston, 147. 

Edmond Bray, 199. 

Sir Edw. Dai ell, 213. 

Sir Marmaduke Constable, 241. 

Mayster Strangways, 81. 

Thos. Sw nnerton, 242. 

John Mitton, of Weston, 153. 

Queen Katherine of Arragon, 16. 



302 



Mottoes on the Standards. 



Tenes fort 

Tenes la plaine . 

To bee occupied 

To holde I purpose 

Tous jours loyal 

Tout a bon quancion . 

Tout ma joiirs. 

Tout pour le mieulx . 

Trowthe byndithe me 

Une sans changere 

Ung dieu ung roy servir je doy 

Ung Dieu ung Roy 

Ung tout seul . 

Veiite est sens pere 

Verite le demonstre . 

Virtute non vi 

Volendo dio faro 



Sir Henry Shernborne, 93. 

Robert Barley, 146. 

Robert Lee, of Quarendon,- 127. 

Sir Richd. Walden, 125. 

Lord Howard, 105. 

Sir Nichs. Baryngton, 193. 

Sir Gy Woolsthrop, 283. 

Sir Thomas Tyrrell, 129. 

Richd. Sacheverell, 141. 

Sir Will Kyngston, 88. 

John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, 288. 

Lord Conyers, 103. 

Ralf Verney, 138 

Lord Wyloughby, 97. 

Sir John Heron, 174. 

John Zouche, 198. 

Sir Thos. Wharton, 277. 



Rara Heraldica. 



Alant, 192. 
Alphyn, 184. 
Aventail, 179. 
Bagwyn, 44. 
Bascule, 186, 187. 
Caretyne, 285. 
Chatioupe, 148. 
Cokyll flower, 280. 
fish weare, 296. 



garbralle, 212. 

genet, 137. 

genouilliere, 212. 

Man-tyger, 211, 212,240. 

Mayn fere ( = Main fer), 251. 

Nebok, 86. 

" Planta genesta," 137. 

Shanfron, 66. 

Yale, 29. 



303 



Index of Names. 



(B) = Banner. 



PAGE 

Abergavenny, Lord (B.) . .108 
Aldercar, Sir Ralf, badge . z8i 
Algernon . . . . 258 

Anne Boleyn, Queen, badge, 

frontispiece 
Anne Boleyn, Queen, arms,etc. 17 
Appleyard, Mayster • • ' 7 

Ap Res, Sir Griffith . . 90 

Ap Thomas, Sir Res . .132 

Arragon, Queen Kath. arms 

and supporters . . .16 

Arthur, King (B.) . . . 32 

Arthur, Prince of Wales (B.) 1 1 
Arundel, Mayster . .183 

Arundel, Earl of (B.) . 44, 45 
Arundel, Earl of . . 175 

Askew, Mayster . . . 246 

Audley, Sir John . . -83 

Babington, crest . . . 168 
Babington, Sir Anthon}- . 240 
Bagot, crest . . . . 291 
[Bamfield, intruded b}- Hol- 
land] . . . .180 
Barantyn, Sir William, arms . 254 
Barington, Sir Nich. . • '93 
Barley, Robert, crest . .146 
Basquer, Matthew, crest . I ■'12 
Basset, M., badge . . 262 
Bawdwyn, Sir John, crest . 286 
Baynham, Sir Christ., crest . 154 
Baynton, Sir Edward, crest . 224 
Beauchamp (B.) . . -43 
Beaumont, Rich., crest • '49 
Belinus (B.) . . .31 
Belknap, Edward, badge . .170 
Belknap, Sir Edward, badge . 235 
Berners, Lord Bourchier . . 260 
Berners, crest . . . 259 
Blount . . . . . 289 
Borough, Thos. . . ■ z 5 ' 
Bourchier, Lord, Berners . 260 
Bourchier, crest . . -259 
Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (B.) 37 
Brandon, Visct. Lisle . . 255 
Bray, Edmond . . . 199 
Brereton, Sir Randolf, crest . 207 
Brough, Thomas . . .251 
Brown, Sir Weston, badge . 124 
Brutus (B.) . . . . 30 
Bryan . . . .285 

K.A.(l) 



Bryan, Sir Francis . . . 285 

Buckingham, Duke of (B.) . 26 
Bullayne, Sir Thomas, badge 234 
Bullen, Queen Anne, arms . 17 
BuUen, Queen Anne, badge, 

frontispiece 
Burdet, Sir John . . 94 

Burgayne, Lord . . . 108 

Busschy, Sir Miles . -75 

Butler, Earl of Ormond (B.). 51 
Byrd, John, crest . . . 268 



Cadwalader (B.) . 
Candyshe als. Gcrnon, 

Richd. 
Capel, Sir Giles 
Care 

Care, Sir John, badge . 
Carew, Mayster 
Carew, Sir John 
Carew, Sir Will , . 
Carr v. Care 
Catesby, badge 
Chamberlain, Sir Edward 
Chamberlain, Rauf, badge 
Chamberlain, the lord, I 1 
185, 186, 227, 2 
Chester, Earl of (B.) . 
Cholmondeley, Sir Rich. . 
Clark, John, crest 
Clifford, Sir Henry, badge 
Cobham, Lord, badge . 
Cockaine, M(ayster) 
Compton, Mayster, badge 
Constable, Sir Marm. 
Con)ers, Lord 
Cooke, John . 
Copley, Roger, crest 
Cornwall, Sir Thos. 
Cornwall, Duke of(B.) 
Cossyn, Robert 
Courtenay (B.) . 
Courtenay, Sir Will. 
Cromwell, Sir Richd. . 
Curzon, John, badge 
Curzon, Robert, Lord . 

Dacre, Fynes, Lord 
Dacre, of Gilsland 
Dacus, Thomas, crest 
Darcy, Vhomas, Lord 



Sir 



33 
■ 253 

• 273 
. 248 

• '°9 

• 67 

• 275 

• 273 
. 225 
. 89 

• "3 
5, 116, 

28, 229 

39 
221 

128 
278 
263 
280 

'35 
241 

•03 
126 

218 
74 
25 

266 

27 

73 

284 

203 

91 

187, 192 

• 239 
• • >55 
. . 65 



PAGE 

Darcy, of Essex . . -270 

Darell, Sir Edward . . .213 

De la Warr, Lord . .184 

Denys als. Dacus, Thos., crest 1 5 5 
Derby, Earl of . . . 252 

D'Este (B.) ... 36 

Devereux, Lord Ferrers . . 247 
Digby, Mayster . . .96 

Docwra, Thos., Lord of St. 

John(B.) . . . . 54 

Docwra, Thos. . . .189 

Dorset, Marquis of (B.) . . 38 
Dorset, Marquis of . -98 

Dudley, Earl of Leicester (B.) 57 
Dudley, Duke of Northum- 
berland (B.) . . ■ . 56 
Dudley, Duke of Northum- 
berland . . . .288 
Dymmock, Ma}ster . .182 
Dyve, John . . -87 

Edgecumbe, Sir Piers . .166 

Edward in. (B.) . . 3, 4 

Edward IIL ... 72 

Edward IV. (B.) . . 6, 7, 8 
Edward IV. . 61,62,63 

197 
169 
223 
269 

27 
122 



Egerton, Rauf 
Essex, Sir Will., crest 
Eure, Sir Will., crest . 
„ „ badge 

Exeter, Marquis of (B.) 
Eyre, of Hope, badge 



305 



Ferrara, Duke of (B.) . . 36 
Ferrers, Lord . . . 247 

Ferrers, Sir Edward . . 279 

Fitzalan (B.) . . 44, 45 

Fitzalan, Thos. Earl of A. . 175 
Fitzpayn .... 258 
FitzRoy, Duke of Richmond 

(B). . . . 28, 29 

FitzRoy, Duke of Richmond 

(and arms) . . .276 

FitzUryan . . . .132 

Fitzwalter (B.) . . 52, 53 

Fitzwalter, the Lord . .212 

FitzWilliams . . . . 86 

Fleming, John, crest . .156 

Foljambe, Sir Godfrey , 148 

Fortcscue, John . . . 208 

R R 



Index of Names. 



PAGE 

Fortescue, Sir Adrian . . 209 
Framlingham, James, crest . 130 
France, King of (B.) . . 58 

Fynch, Sir Will., crest . . 131 

Fynes, Lord Dacre . 187, 192 

Garnys, Sir Christ., crest . 172 
Gernon als Candishe, Sir 

Richd 253 

Gery, William, crest . .219 

Gounston, Mayster . ■ '23 

Greenaway, Thos. . . . 267 

[Grenville, Sir Richard, stan- 
dard intruded by Holland] 180 
Greville, Sir Edward, crest . 249 
Grey, Marquis of Dorset (B.) 38 
»> »> ,f 9^ 

Grey, Earl of Kent, badge . 264 
Gulford, Mayster . . .110 

Gulford, Sir Henry . .106 

Gyfford, John . . . 201 

GyfFord, Sir John . . 244 



180 
214 
299 

2>7 

178 

47 
188 



[Hales, Richard, standard 

intruded by Holland] 
Har eston 
Harris, Sir Philip 
Hartwcll, John, crest 
Haseldyn, Francis, crest 
Hastings, Earl of Pembroke 

(B.) . . . 
Hastings, Lord 

Haunsart, Will. . .158 

Henry V. (ij.) . . 64, 69 

Henry V., badge of Lan- 
caster ... 70 
Henry VIL (B.) . . 9, ,0 
Henry VH. (v.) 78, 79, 80, 99, 100 
HenryVin.(B.)(iij.),3,,4, ,5,20 
Henry VIIL, arms and sup- 
porters . . 12 
Henry VIIL . . ' .' 77 
Herbert, Lord Chamberlain, 

185, 186, 227, 228 
Heron, Sir John . 
Herres vel Harris, Sir Philip, 
crest 
Hervey, George, badge 
Hewes, badge . . . . 

[Hillersdon, | .Standards 

[Holland / '"^^"J^'^ .^>- 
' Ho(lland)] 

Hopton, Mayster, badge . 

Howard, Thomas (B.) . 

Howard, Lord 

Howgan, Mayster 

Howth, Lord, badge 

Hungerford, Sir John . 

Hussey, Lord, badge 



'74 

299 

"4 

292 



180 

35 
105 

230 
282 
.76 
120 



Ichingham, Mayster . 
Ingleby, Will. 
Inglefeld, Sir Thos. . 
Ireland, Kingdom (B.) 



1 12 

274 

220 

23 



Jerningham, Edward, crest . 250 
Johns, Robert, crest . .152 



Katherineof Arragon, Queen, 

arms and supporters . . 16 
Katisby v. Catesby. 

Kent, Grey, Earl of, badge . 264 

Ketelby, crest . . . . 206 

Kingeley, Sir Edward . .261 

Kirkham, Sir John . . 243 

Kokyn z'. Cockaine. . . 280 

Kyngston, Sir Will., badge . 88 



Lancaster, House of, badge 
La Warre, Lord . 
Leche, badge . 
Lee, Robert, crest 
Leicester, Earl of (B.) 
Lenacre, Robert, crest . 
Leynham, Henry, crest . 
Lisle .... 
Lisle, Visct. Brandon 
Lisle, Visct. Plantagenet 
Lisle, Visct. Plantagenet, arms, 

etc. 
Long, Henry, crest . 
Loveday, badge . 
Lucas, Mayster, crest 
Lucy, Mayster . 



70 
184 

121 

127 

57 
161 

177 
I II 

255 
•36 

'37 
200 
290 

'95 

82 



Manners, George, Ld. Roos . 76 
Manwaring, Mayster, crest . 254 
Manwaring, John of Perer . 202 
March, Earl of (B.) . . 46 

Markham, Mayster, badge . 265 
Mary, yueen, badge . . 2 

Mary, gueen, arms and sup- 
porters . . . .21 
Massingberd, Sir Thomas . 164 
Mitton, John, crest . . 153 
Montagu (Pole), Lord, and 

badge . . . .179 
Mordant, John . . .232 

More, John, crest . • '59 

Morton, Sir Robert . . 68 

Mylton, Mayster . -85 



Neville, Earl of Westmorland 

(B.) 48 

Neville, Lord Abergavenny . 108 
Nevyll, John of Chevet, crest 143 
Newport, Sir Thomas . • '9' 
Norfolk, Duke of (B.) . . 35 
Northumberland, Earl of 

(Percy) (B.) . . .50 

Northumberland, Earl of 

(Percy) . . 258, 259 

Northumberland, Duke of 

(Dudley) (B.) . . . 56 
Northumberland, Duke of 

(Dudley) . . .288 

Norton, Sir John, badge . .119 



Ormond, Earl of (B.) 
Oxford, Earl of (B.) . 
Oxford, Earl of . 

Palmar, Thomas, crest . . 

Parker, Will., crest 

Parre, Sir Thos., badge . . 

Paston, Sir Will. . 

Peche, Sir John 

Pembroke, Earl of (B.) 

Pcnyston, Sir Rich., crest 

Percy, Earl of Northumber- 
land (B.) 

Percy, Earl of Northumber- 
land . . . 258, 

Peresall, John, crest. . . 

Phyllypp, Thomas 

Pierpont, Sir Will. . 

Plantagenet, Visct. Lisle, arms 

Plantagenet, Sir Arthur . . 

Pole, Lord Montacute, and 
badge . . . . . 

Poole, Will of Wyrral . '. 

Poynings, Sir Edward . . 

Poynings (3) • . . 



PACE 

5' 
4' 

257 

171 

'94 
237 
'47 
236 

47 
298 



259 
160 

'44 
'39 
'37 
'36 

'79 
196 
107 
2.-8 



Ratdiffe, Ld. Fitz Walter (B.) 53 

>t ,< .212 

Ratdiffe, Mayster 
Raynsforth, Sir John 
Res, see Ap Res 
Richard II. (B.) . 
Richard II. . 
Richmond, Duke of (B.) 



33 
90 

5 

7' 

28, 29 



Richmond, Duke of, and arms 276 
Roche, arms . . .223 

Rodney, badge . . . 177 

Ros, George, Lord . . 76 

Russel, badge . . . . 226 



Sacheverell, Rich. 

St. John's, Lord of(B.) 

St. John's, Lord of 

St. Leger 

Saunders, Sir Thos. 

Scrope, Lord . 

Seymour, Sir John 

Seymour, (Q.) Jane, arms and 

supporters 
Seymour, (y.) Jane, badge 
Sharp, Sir John, crest 
Sheffield, Sir Thos. 
Shern borne. Sir Henry 
Shrewsbury, £arl of (B.) 
Shrewsbury, Earl of. 
Skevington . 
Smythe, Will. 
Somerset, Fitzroy, Duke of 

(B.) .... 28 
Somerset, Earl of Worcester, 

see Lord Chamberlain. 
Southampton, Earl of . . 86 
Stafford, Earl of Wiltshire . loi 
Stafford, Humph, of Codreth, 

badge . . . .142 



• >4' 
54, 55 
189 
14c 
294 
104 



'9 

168 

190 

93 

49 

66 

295 

'45 



29 



306 



Index of Names. 



PAGE 

Stanley, Earl of Derby . .252 

Stapleton . . . . .102 

Strangways, Mayster . . 81 

Strangways, Giles . -233 

Suffolk, Duke of (B.) . . 37 

Swynnerton, Thomas . 151,242 



Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury 

(B.) .... 49 
Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury . 66 
Thomas, see Ap Thomas . .132 
Throgmorton, Mayster . 1 34 

Twyford, badge . . . 293 

Tyler, Sir Will. . . .167 

Tyler, Sir Will., crest . . 222 
Tyrrell, Sir Thomas . .129 



Umpton, Thomas, crest . .157 



Vaughan, Sir Hugh . .150 

Vere(B.) . . . - 41 

Vere, Earl of Oxford . -257 



PAGE 

Verney, Ralph . . . 138 

Vernon, Sir Henry . . 272 

Vernon, Thomas, crest . .216 

Villiers, John . . .215 



Walden, Sir Rich. . . .125 

Wales (North) (B.) . .22 

Walwayne (auditor), crest . 287 

Warburton, Mayster . .256 

Warenne, John de (B.) . 40 

Warham, George , . .238 

Warwick, Earl of (B.) . 42, 43 

Wentworth, Sir Rich. . .165 

West, Lord de la Warr . .184 

Westmorland, Earl of (B.) . 48 

Weston, Sir Will. (B.) . . 55 

Weston, Sir Rich., crest . 245 

Wharton, Sir Thos., crest . 277 

Whyat, Mayster . . .210 

Williams, of Tame. Lord . 296 

Williams, als Cromwell . 284 
Wilsthorpe, i'. Woolsthorpe . 283 

Wiltshire, Earl of . . . 101 

Windsor, Sir Andrew . .181 



Wingficld, Anthony, badge 

Wingfield, Sir Richard . 

Wogan, Mayster 

Wodehouse 

Wolsey, Cardinal (B.) . 

Woolsthrop, Sir Gy, crest 

Worcester, Earl of, see Lord 

Chamberlain. 
Wylougby, Sir Henry 
Wylougby de Broke, Lord 
Wylougby (de Eresby), Lord 
Wytwang, George, crest 



PAGE 

204 

'73 

230 

84 

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92 

95 

97 

271 



[Yeo, standard intruded by 

Holland] . . .180 

York, Archbishop of (B.) . . 34 
York, Duke of (B.) . . 24 



Zouche, John of Cbdnor . . 163 
Zouche, John . . .198 



Standard without name . . 297 



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